Gib fought a great fight to stick it out day by day but living without Eloise was a life too hard. A love so deep few of us know. An honor to have known them for so many years, to have learned from both of them. And to continue to share "family" together. Holding you all in heart and prayer -- as we continue on, believing they are reunited. Love to all!
So long, dear friend. I'll miss you. Not many friendships have endured as ours. A great friend when times were good and dear and compassionate friend when times were tough.
You and Eloise, sitting in the family room, always in the same chairs-a memory to live forever.
My thoughts and prayers for the whole family--"our family".
Love you all.
Just a note to say I was honored to say I knew both your mother and father through the Methodist Temple. After they moved in my neighborhood, your father use to walk by my home and we would converse some. I'm glad they are both together once again (and I'm sure they are happy about that, too). It's very hard to lose both so close, but memories are wonderful and will help you all through this period of time. Marty VanStone
Dear Sarah and the Himebaugh Family - We did not know your sweet Father but could always tell the love and respect his family had for him. We are thinking of you all and sending our love and prayers, The McKinney Family
Sarah, my heart and thoughts go out to you. I can't imagine losing both parents so close to each other in time. However, it must be somewhat comforting to know that they are now rejoined in eternity. May God's grace sustain you through your grief.